Archive | Joy Wants Eternity

Cumulus Festival will rock your brains out

If you need a little noise in your life, this weekend will treat you right. The first annual Cumulus Festival, concieved and perpetrated by Seattle droneys the Luna Moth, is set to massacre the Seattle area this weekend with it's noise/drone/math/instrumental rock schedule of bands. Three days of electric fuzz and long-haired men – count […]

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A record release unleashed from Beast, Please Be Still with Joy Wants Eternity

Show Date: January 8, 2007

Perking up, my ears prepared for the assault of sound about to hit, tipped off by the clicking of drumsticks. Earplugs would have been a useful accessory at this show, but I would hate to miss an ounce of the wall of sound created by Joy Wants Eternity. All comparisons aside, these Seattle boys build […]

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JITM at Night lineup announced on the JITM show

This week I've had an untypically long commute for dayjob work (long story), which has given me lots of quality time with my car radio. Happily, this morning John Richards (aka John in the Morning) announced the lineup for his next John in the Morning at Night show, and played a song from each artist. […]

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From the imaginary mailbins

This weekend we finally had a chance to plow through the imaginary mailbins and find some mailbin treasure. While we'd love to tell you about every CD we received, the list would be waaaaay too long. But we do want to share all the new Northwest releases that have come our way — we had […]

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Beep Repaired Family Tree


The "Family Tree" compilation is a schizophrenic journey through the roster of the Seattle label Beep Repaired. Containing 18 disjointed tracks that somehow fit together, the CD takes twists and turns like a long road trip where in the end your memories of the miles behind are hazy, but for some reason you look forward […]

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AstroPOP! for June 2005

Your monthly imaginary horoscope told in album reviews! June 2005 AstroPOP! is brought to you with musical reviews by igDana, igLiz, Imaginary Curtis, JimiC, Mad Professor, and Chris B. Aries Find your muse. Sharpen your pencils. Get ready to go on your long-overdue personal journey to the place where you figure out what you were […]

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